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Crowds swoon, but Prince Harry is all business
The British soldier-prince is spending most of his week in the U.S. honoring the wounded and the dead of war, a salute that began Thursday at a land-mine exhibition in Congress at the side of one of America's most storied wounded warriors, Sen. John McCain.
- PHOTOS: Walmart evacuated after suspicious package discovered The Walmart store in Clinton was evacuated following the discovery of a suspicious package Thursday around 6:15 p.m. The item was described as looking like a homemade bomb in the manager's office. Shoppers were allowed back in the store approximately 30 minutes later. More in tomorrow's Herald.
Slate: New "Facebook phone" is now selling for 99 cents
Less than a month after it launched, the new "Facebook phone" is on sale for 99 cents with a two-year AT&T contract.
Texas toddler dies from self-inflicted gunshot wound
Police said Thursday there is no indication that the shooting death of 2-year-old Kinsler Davis was anything but a “tragic accident.”
- Camanche man sentenced in kidnapping case CLINTON -- A Camanche man will serve as much as 20 years in prison for holding his wife at knifepoint on July 7, 2012. In April, Arthur Walker, 52, 4102 Ninth St., Camanche, pleaded guilty to third-degree kidnapping, third-degree sexual abuse and wil
- Picketers take stand near future school site CLINTON -- Members of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters picketed the Clinton Middle School construction site on Wednesday; an act that the local project manager and Quad Cities Builders Association is calling illegal. Hundreds of carpenters with
- CAST gearing up for shows, season of education CLINTON -- While many are aware the Clinton Area Showboat has been providing professional summer stock theater for many years, organizers say that what is perhaps less commonly known is that one of the non-profit CAST organization's goals is to share
- Suspect in Ohio kidnappings due in court CLEVELAND (AP) -- Three women found alive after a decade in captivity endured lonely, dark lives inside a dingy home where they were raped and allowed outside only a handful of times in disguises while walking to a garage steps away, investigators sa
- Mayor gives reasons for not signing Humane Society agreement The agreement that was approved by the Clinton City Council at the April 23 meeting between the city of Clinton and the Clinton Humane Society went into effect Tuesday without the signature of the mayor. With any action the City Council takes the ma
'Past is the Past ...'
CLINTON -- Kirk Ferentz has joined fans in labeling his team's 2012 season "disappointing." The Hawkeyes -- 4-8 last year -- lost six straight to finish near the bottom of the Big Ten Conference, missing bowl season for the first time in five seasons.
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